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shabina121

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Hello,

 

My husband is working in ITI in Gujarat. He has written his leave application and write down "Jai-Hind" in the last line. Principal told him to remove Jai-Hind word from the application. He also added that he (my husband) can't use Jai-Hind word in his application.

 

Is there any rule? I am going to file RTI.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member, there is no any such rule. You can file RTI application with a request to provide information about rule/ circular/order/ provision if any which prohibits to write " JAY HIND".

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Prasad GLN

Madam there may be foools everywhere but why do you get disturbed and waste your time on such persons. Just ignore and do not use RTI for trivial matters when your husband is working with such Head Master.

(You might have seen Tyres advertisement that says 'There is no dearth of idiots on roads")

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koteswararaonerella

I want to add that there is NO NEED OR JUSTIFICATION to write JAIHIND in a leave letter by your husaband if he wanted to show his feelings he can do it outside and not in the office.You should also be able to tell why your husband wrote it and under what conduct Rules/Govt.GO etc.,

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Madam there may be foools everywhere but why do you get disturbed and waste your time on such persons. Just ignore and do not use RTI for trivial matters when your husband is working with such Head Master.

(You might have seen Tyres advertisement that says 'There is no dearth of idiots on roads")

 

Thanks. The Principal is behaving like we don't know any rules. He is using his own rules in many matters. So, one RTI might lead him to work according to the rules.

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Prasad GLN

He is Head Master and not a KG Baby. Have you seen any teacher agreeing for any truth if informed by any body ? Do not have such impressions, Even Kasab has not agreed that he has done some thing wrong . I have yet to see a person admitting that he has done a mistake and particularly to a subordinate. Waste of every one's time. 'Much ado about nothing'

If RTI applications teach lessons to officials, it must be greatest achievement of RTI Act.

Interestingly inform the query through which you wish to seek information and come back with reply from him.

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